Wanna try a new place in Harlem for coffee? Amaretto Espresso Bar, located on FDB between 114th and 115th Street is open for business. They opened yesterday and currently offer various cafe drinks and pastries. Check out there website here.
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This blog first reported a few weeks ago that another cafe was coming to Harlem on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 114th and 115th Street! We now know the name, Amaretto Espresso Bar. There’s even a phone number posted. And from the looks inside this new Harlem cafe is getting ready to open! Stay tuned.
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There’s one coffee shop in Harlem that wants to cater to the growing population of kids and families in Central Harlem. Cafe Frederick Harlem Parlor on Frederick Douglass Blvd and 114th is now offering a kids program every Tuesday at 4 pm. Stories, songs and movement will be offered to children 0 to 5 with a new theme every week. Unlimited coffee and crepes will be served for $10. Check out their Facebook page to learn more.
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The 45th annual African-American Day Parade is today! It starts at 1 pm on 111th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. to 136th Street.
GRAND MARSHALS: Mayor Bill de Blasio, Rev. Al Sharpton, David Paterson, David Dinkins, Dr. Adelaide Sanford, Congressman Charles Rangel, Imam Izal-El M. Pasha, Lillian Roberts.
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On September 18 , Harvest Home will be hosting Savor the Season Uptown in East Harlem at the Museum of the City of New York to raise funds for healthy food and lifestyle programs to underserved communities. Attendees can count on enjoying a unique gastronomic experience like Mango Chicken with Grits, Seared Fluke Pear – Fennel Slaw, Carrot and Ginger Macaroons, among many others from local Harlem restaurants. See details below:
• Date: September 18
• Time: 6:30 to 10:00 pm
• Where: Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue, New York City
• Cost: General Admission $125; VIP Admission $250
Tickets for the event are on sale now. Visit http://www.savortheseasonnyc.org for tickets and more information.
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The commercial space on 115th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd in Harlem will no longer be empty. It has a tenant, according to Commercial Observer.
Moe’s Sneaker Spot, a trendy shoe retailer, will open its second location this fall at 1890 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, which is a newly converted condo building called The Strathmore
The shoe chain inked a 10 year, 1,800-square-foot lease in the ground floor space of the condo building where condos cost more than a million dollars and asking rents for the formerly vacant retail space costs over $50 per square foot.
To read full article, click here!
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Hope everyone had a nice holiday weekend! By chance did you see the information that was posted online over the weekend about affordable housing on West 150th Street in Harlem? Applications are now being accepted for 287 West 150th Street. This development offers 20 newly rehabilitated affordable rentals in Harlem. The deadline for this application is October 27.
For income guidelines and additional selection criteria, please visit www.nyc.gov/housingconnect.
Some of us love Harlem so much we try to integrate our community into almost everything. Take for example, Harlem business woman Susannah Koteen, who co-owns Lido Italian Restaurant and Bar on Frederick Douglass Blvd. Susannah married Mark Sweeney, a skilled contractor, this past weekend in New York City and this blog learned she had her wedding dress made right here in Harlem for the special occasion. How cool is that?
Apparently, Penny Babel, a seamstress who lives in Harlem, made Susannah’s wedding dress and she does all sorts of custom jobs. Babel has her studio at 220 Manhattan Avenue and 110th Street. If you need a wedding dress, specially made or a custom outfit, Babel is available. Her phone number is 212.879.5844. No need to go far for special clothing!
Susannah will continue her career at Lido Harlem, and she and her husband will reside in Harlem, which means we gain a contractor in Harlem! If you need a contractor, Mark Sweeney is available. Sweeney has a contracting business with his business partner Mustapha Diop. The business is called M & M Property Services and their website is Ionanyc.com. They do all types of jobs for commercial and residential from gut renovations, kitchens and bathrooms, custom cabinetry, and home repairs.
So if you’re dining at Lido anytime soon, be sure to say congrats to Susannah. We certainly will. Wishing her and Mark all the best and many, many years of good health and happiness. Cheers!
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There’s nothing better than sipping a nice cup of coffee from Silvana in Harlem together with a pita egg sandwich and some tasty fried cauliflower. Yummy! Actually, what would make that treat better is being able to sit outside and people watch. And that’s we are all going to be able to do soon at Silvana in Harlem. Starting tomorrow, August 7, Silvana will offer outdoor/side-walk seating. There will be red chairs and silver tables waiting for us to enjoy!
So if you’re in the area, stop on by and check out Silvana’s side-walk seating in Harlem. They are located on 116th Street between Frederick Douglass Blvd and Manhattan Avenue! See you there!
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What was once an abandon lot is now the home of luxury rental apartments at the corner of 122nd and Frederick Douglass Blvd in Harlem. This is a common scene in Harlem. If there’s space in Harlem, developers will build on it. Now there’s a brand new rental building at 2270 and 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd. Their website is 2270FDB.com Here’s how the space looked awhile back!
Little paper signs are posted on the commercial space at 2270 FDB saying now renting, for inquires call 212-997-0606. The website says there’s still availability. If interested in renting in this new Harlem building, give that number a call or email email@example.com!
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